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Fra International Socialism Journal nr. 82

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Editorial (ISJ 82, Spring 1999)

82

1

mar 99

 

Lindsey German: The Blair project cracks

82

3

mar 99

 

The unravelling of Tony Blair's government has accelerated since he lost his key adviser Peter Mandelson in a sleaze scandal late last year. Since then the crisis in the Labour Party in Wales and in Scotland, followed by the news that Ken Livingstone will challenge Blairite attempts to exclude him as the Labour candidate for London mayor, have made it clear that the deep dissatisfaction with New Labour is finding expression within the party itself. And all this comes before the worst of the recession hits the British economy and before the government faces widespread industrial struggle. Lindsey German charts the decline in Blair's fortunes and outlines a socialist alternative to New Labour.

 

Larry Elliott + Dan Atkinson: Reflating Keynes: a different view of the crisis

82

39

mar 99

 

Economic turmoil is still spreading across the globe more than a year after it first hit South East Asia. In our last issue we examined this crisis in detail. Here The Guardian's economic analysts Dan Atkinson and Larry Elliott use the account of the world economy first developed in their book The Age of Insecurity to present a Keynesian perspective on some aspects of the crisis.

 

Peter Morgan: The new Keynesians: staking a hold on the system?

82

49

mar 99

 

A new collection of essays by another new Keynesian, The Observer editor Will Hutton, is reviewed by Peter Morgan.

 

Rob Hoveman: Brenner and crisis: a critique

82

57

mar 99

 

Rob Hoveman brings this issue's continuing coverage of key debates in economics to a close with his review of a recently published account of the changes in post-war capitalism by Marxist writer Robert Brenner.

 

Chris Nineham: Art and alienation: a reply to John Molyneux

82

75

mar 99

 

John Molyneux's defence of modern art in International Socialism 80 has proved controversial and here we publish a critical response by Chris Nineham.

 

Paul McGarr: Fascists brought to book (Pete Fysh and Jim Wolfreys: "The Politics of Racism in France")

82

83

mar 99

 

Brian Manning: Revisionism revised (Norah Carlin: "The Causes of the English Civil War")

82

93

mar 99

 

Neil Davidson: In perspective: Tom Nairn

82

97

mar 99

 

Scotland's independence has always had a fierce left wing champion in Tom Nairn, whose work has done much to shape socialist thinking on the future of the British state. Neil Davidson's detailed examination of Nairn's work, the latest in our 'In perspective' series, carefully exposes the weaknesses in his position and suggests a more theoretically consistent alternative.

 

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